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The Infinite Life Sutra says, ‘He indeed looks upon sentient beings as his own self.’ Through the Nembutsu, we all awaken to the universal True Self of Amida Buddha, beyond the deluded ego. Namu-Amida-ButsuContinue
Started by Matthew Satori in General Buddhism and Dharma Discussions 17 hours ago.
One day, a famous government official was passing along a road. He saw an old monk teaching Buddhism. Hardly unusual except that the monk was seated on a tree branch.The official asked the elderly monk what he was doing. After all, the monk was in a…Continue
Started by Matthew Satori in How to Practice Oct 25, 2017.
Hello all, My name's Mike and I've been a Buddhist for a few years, though I don't have a sangha close by. I discovered Bright Dawn on a Facebook group, and I'm looking to get a sense of what it's all about. From what I was reading on the main…Continue
Here is a second photo I acquired from the Chicago Sun-Times. It pictures Gyomay Kubose in front of the Onaijin (Japanese Amida altar). The photo was taken on August 30, 1957. …Continue
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